Fashion Grad With Treacher Collins Syndrome Profiled in The Spokesman-Review
August 4, 2016
Alison Midstokke, who in 2008 earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Fashion Design from The Art Institute of California—San Francisco, a campus of Argosy University, was recently profiled in The Spokesman-Review about her goal to become a fashion model and actor—despite the 60 surgeries she’s endured in her life.
Alison was born with Treacher Collins syndrome, a genetic disorder affecting the development of the cheekbones, jaw, chin, and ears.
Learn more about her goal to make an impact in the fashion industry here.
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